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In Defence of the ‘Smartphone Zombie’

It’s becoming a common complaint nowadays. Whenever you sit on a bus or train, there’s always people with their smartphone glued to their hand, glued to it for the whole journey. When you go out for a meal with friends, there’s always one who’s pulling their phone out of their pocket to check their emails […]


Fallout 4: The bugs, the bar and the smashed records

Even if you’re only vaguely connected to gaming culture, or even the internet in general, you’ll have heard about a little game called Fallout 4 hitting the stores this week. Possibly the most anticipated game of the year, Fallout 4 was released on Wednesday and has already smashed records, eaten up hours of gamers’ free […]


Nintendo Reveals Their First App Game – Miitomo

Earlier this year, Nintendo announced that it was finally going to dip it’s collective toe into the world of mobile gaming. Gamers all over the world became excited, as the possibilities of their favourite Nintendo titles showing up on their phones were explored. Who wouldn’t want to play a Mario or Zelda game on the […]


Why DLC Isn’t As Evil As You Think It Is

DLC is almost a swear word amongst the gaming community, something that lazy game publishers roll out in order to squeeze some extra pennies from you and inject some extended play time into their games. When we’ve been faced with ridiculous DLC in the past, such as essentially useless horse armour in Oblivion, power ups […]


App Technology Making Exciting New Progress in Healthcare

It’s probably fair to say that most of us use our phone as handy little distraction machines,  perfect for killing a few minutes playing Candy Crush when waiting for a bus, or checking Whatsapp while waiting in line at the supermarket. However, developers have known that our phones are capable of a whole lot more […]

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Lifeline: A New Twist on Familiar Storytelling

As an app game, Lifeline isn’t as showy as most, and probably wouldn’t be even looked at twice, due to it’s 79p charge up front and subdued colour palette in the app store. However, after a recommendation from a friend, we here at Dojit have tried the game and have discovered that it really is […]


People vs. Peeple

As an app, Peeple has proved to be highly controversial, and it hasn’t even been released yet. Last month, Canadian developers Julia Cordray and Nicole McCullough announced their plans to create ‘Yelp for people’, a way of reviewing the people you come into contact with every day. The premise was, if you had the person’s […]


Twitch Plays: The Hive Mind of the Internet

Game streaming giant Twitch TV has been responsible for few innovations in the world of gaming, such as the growth of e sports broadcasting, and the live streaming of events from gaming conventions. However, there’s now a new innovation created entirely by the website’s user base, and it’s called ‘Twitch Plays’. It all started with […]


Do we ‘like’ the Facebook ‘dislike’ button?

Facebook users have been able to send a thumbs up in the form of a ‘like’ to other users posts for a while now, but in a recent Q&A at Facebook headquarters, Mark Zuckerberg announced that the social media site are finally working on a ‘dislike’ button. Zuckerberg said that the button will allow users […]


Peeking, Poking, and Pencils: What Apple Has In Store for the Future

Lovers of Apple technology were watching closely at the company’s September event, to see what new innovations they’d be bringing to their already sizeable family of products. At the keynote speech, some new products were announced, as well as some upgrades and some surprises. Here we’ve rounded up just what was announced, and what you […]


Disney Harness the Power of Unboxing With Their Own Star Wars Live Stream

Last week to prepare for Force Friday, Disney hosted a special live streaming event on Youtube. Spanning 15 locations around the globe in 18 hours, specially chosen guests were selected to reveal and unbox the newest toys in the Star Wars franchise, ready for the release of The Force Awakens in December. In every location, […]


Lego Dimensions: Kid’s Favourite or Adult Nostalgia Trip?

Any Lego fans reading this are probably aware that on September 29th, Lego Dimensions will be released and all hell will break loose. At any rate, a lot of people are going to throw a lot of their hard earned cash at it. Why has a new Lego game caused so much excitement? It’s because […]

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